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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebell View Post
    It's an odd label for me because I don't see the need to say 'I don't believe in a god'. Other people believe in a god. But if I didn't know about that, it would not occur to me to label myself an atheist.
    Indifferent?

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    I am my own religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.J.Woolf View Post
    Indifferent?
    As in, I should call myself an 'indifferent' rather than an 'atheist'?

    hmm.

    I like.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    how about "apathist"? or "apatheist?"
    Rob

    "And if you hear vague traces of skipping reels of rhyme,
    To your tambourine in time.
    It's just a ragged clown behind,
    I wouldn't pay it any mind,
    It's just a shadow you're seeing that he's chasing."

    -From "Mr. Tambourine Man"
    by Bob Dylan

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    Neo-pagan, tree hugging God/dess worshipper.

    I am God. The universe is either my mind or a product of it, I'm not sure, and I can't be. I restricted myself to the perceptions and insights of this mortal body so as to discover what it means to be "ignorant" and to "learn". My consciousness will diffuse upon death, but until then I'll just revel in that which can only be known in a state of existential ignorance. Once I return to my God state, then I'll remember what it's like to be restricted and this is how my omniscience avoids being a self-contradictory concept (or so I think).

    I also realize that I still have much to learn. Words such as learning, memory, word, and God are firmly rooted in the human predicament. I simply can't understand reality for what it is while I'm alive, but I can certainly try my best.
    If you're God, can I have a second set of permanent teeth and a pony? And do you spend a whole lotta time alone?
    Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.
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    Shaivite. Shiva is GREAT.
    "I determined nothing."
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    Buddhist/Confuscianism.
    This probably best represents me too but I'm not official (which a practitioner of course would say is an invalid statement).
    I live the life daily; I die the death nightly

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferunandesu View Post
    I am God. The universe is either my mind or a product of it, I'm not sure, and I can't be. I restricted myself to the perceptions and insights of this mortal body so as to discover what it means to be "ignorant" and to "learn". My consciousness will diffuse upon death, but until then I'll just revel in that which can only be known in a state of existential ignorance. Once I return to my God state, then I'll remember what it's like to be restricted and this is how my omniscience avoids being a self-contradictory concept (or so I think).

    I also realize that I still have much to learn. Words such as learning, memory, word, and God are firmly rooted in the human predicament. I simply can't understand reality for what it is while I'm alive, but I can certainly try my best.
    I am God too! What are the odds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienclock View Post
    I am God too! What are the odds?
    Well, since there are two of you, I want stuff from you too. Can I have a rainbow follow me in the street, and some theme music, and a pony small enough to fit in my apartment?

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    Atheist.

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